You've always said you wanted to travel more...well, it's time to start checking these places off your bucket list. Just make sure you go at the right time. Here, a list of cities you'll want to visit now that it's spring.More
You can't beat D.C. in the spring, with cherry blossoms blooming in mid-April and the city hitting just the right temperature. You'll beat the summer crowds (and temps) and avoid the freezing cold of winter. The annual Cherry Blossom Festival hits March 20 – April 16, and you can expect not only amazing natural views, but also cool programs put on by many businesses in the area, including hotels offering seasonal specials. Examples? The Rosewood Washington D.C. has a special (with an in-room cherry blossom tea service, tour of the festival, and more), along with The Jefferson, The Ritz-Carlton, The St. Regis, The Willard InterContinental, The Mandarin Oriental, and the W.
If you avoid the spring break crowds, San Diego is one of the best cities to visit in the spring. Why? The beaches are beautiful (sunnier than they will be in the summer), and the attractions, restaurants, and more start to operate on summer hours—meaning they're open longer.